Courtesy of an injury to Indianapolis Colts safety Bob Sanders, Denver Broncos safety John Lynch was selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team Tuesday. When voting was announced back in December 2007, Lynch was listed as the first alternate at safety. This will be Lynch’s ninth trip to the Pro Bowl, second most for a safety in NFL history – trailing only Ken Houston. This particular trip could solidify Lynch’s chances of entering the Hall of Fame.
This could also be Lynch’s last season; he is considering retirement, despite the fact that there’s an increasing sentiment at Broncos training camp (Dove Valley) that Lynch may return for his 16th season. Lynch has been with the Broncos since 2004.
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